Recreation & Culture

Beaver Valley Parks

Beaver Valley Family Park / Campground

Expression of Interest - Campground Host

18-Dec-2023 - The Regional District of Kootenay Boundary (RDKB) is seeking an onsite Campground Host for the Beaver Valley Family Park Campground for the 2024 operating season. See full expression here.

Family ParkSeason and Hours Open

Beaver Valley Family Park campground is open May long weekend until Labour Day Long weekend with the park open for disc golfers year round. The parks gate closes at 11:00 pm, unless otherwise stated in the park. Only registered campers are allowed in the campsite after 11:00 p.m.
Check out time is 11 AM. 

Click Here for the Family Park Map

Booking and Fees
  • Bookings can be made during regular working hours through the Beaver Valley Recreation Office at 250-231-5172.
  • Effective January 1, 2024: Fees are $20 for non-power site and $25 for power/water site and are collected by the park attendant. The park takes cash only and a receipt will be issued.

Pickleball Court in Beaver Valley/Greater TrailThe park is a great place to go camping, hold your family picnic, reunion or corporate retreat. Amenities include:

  • 19 tent and trailer sites available with water, electricity, and showers with wheelchair access
  • A complete kitchen for large groups
  • On-site barbeques
  • Large, covered gazebo with a 40'x40' cement pad for live music
  • An 18-hole championship disc golf course
  • Playground
  • Hiking trails
  • A multi-sport court
  • New pickleball court
General Information
Consideration for Other Visitors

Please consider your fellow campers and visitors:

  • Respect the 5km/hr. speed limit in place for everyone's safety, especially the many children walking or playing on site
  • Please remember that sound travels further in open air; music and loud talking are heard by everyone.
  • NO GENERATORS are allowed on site due to noise and incompatibility with the park environment
  • QUIET HOURS are from 11:00 pm. – 7:00 am
  • Liquor consumption is allowed only at your campsite and prohibited elsewhere
  • Barbecues must be used on the ground at your campsite unless barbecue attachments are provided on picnic tables
  • Firearms are prohibited
Consideration of Wildlife and Nature
  • The Kootenay Boundary region including our parks are home to a variety of wildlife including bears. Never feed or approach bears!
  • To avoid potential problems with bears, lock your food in your vehicle at night, be sure to use the garbage containers provided and maintain a clean campsite.
  • If you don't have a vehicle with you, talk to the park attendant about how to camp safely in bear country.
  • Trees and shrubs are easily damaged; do not use them for wiener sticks or roasting marshmallows and leave all flowers and plants to grow.

Campfires are dependant on current fire restrictions, click here for up-to-date information. Leaving your campfire unattended is a serious offence. Firewood is provided at a cost of $5 per bundle. Firewood can be purchased from the Park Facility Operator. You may also bring your own wood. 

Please don't gather firewood from the area around your campsite or elsewhere in the park. Dead wood is an important habitat element for many plants and animals; it adds organic matter to the soil.

You can conserve firewood and help improve air quality by keeping your campfire small. Limited burning hours or campfire bans may be imposed. Be prepared to bring a portable stove for cooking, or charcoal briquettes in a hibachi may also be used. 


Pets must be on a leash at all times and are not allowed in the kitchen area. You are responsible for their behavior and must pick up and dispose of their excrement.

Vehicles and Roadways

Parking is permitted only in designated areas and on the gravel portion of campsites. Parking is not permitted on roadsides.
Bicycles may only be ridden on park roads and on designated trails. Vehicles used in parks must be licensed and operated by licensed drivers.

Beaver Valley Pump Track

Beaver Valley pump trackGreat for kids looking to improve their skills before heading out on the big trails. Undulating straightaways and big berms keep you pumping through the entire track



Marsh Creek Disc Golf Course

The Marsh Creek Disc Golf Course, located at Beaver Valley Family Park Campground, outside of Fruitvale is a PDGA standard 18 hole course with tons of features that will challenge any seasoned disc golf player. This course can be played year round. Camp in the park and play all 3 courses in the area. Washrooms and showers are open during the summer months. To make camping reservations contact Kelly Walker.


Mazzochi Park

Mazzochi Park Recognized as one of the best soccer pitches in the west Kootenays for its perfectly manicured turf, Mazzochi Park is a soccer players dream.  It’s also a great place for families to go for walk and for children to play in the playground. Public restrooms are on site.  Bring your picnic lunch and enjoy the day!

Check out the soccer here.


Beaver Valley Skatepark (Montrose)

Skate ParkCome check the Montrose Skate Park for some skating fun! 


Beaver Valley Recreation Office:

1777 Green Road, Fruitvale

Email or T: 250-231-5172